Switching Gears in Retirement

In searching for investment options, would you rather have—high return or low return? High risk or low risk? Liquid or illiquid?

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Retirees want to find states that do not tax Social Security benefits

Many retirees consider moving to a different state when they retire so their Social Security income is not included in state income taxation. Understanding which states tax this income can be important to older adults.

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It seems the estate tax will return with a vengeance in 2013

If Congress doesn't act soon, January 2013 will see the estate tax – the death tax – come roaring back to live with huge impact on those with estates valued at just $1 million.

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5 small business tax deductions for the retired business owner

Are you starting a small business after you retire? Make sure that you tax all of the small business tax deductions you are allowed.

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Sick of taxes? Tips on finding and choosing an accountant for the retiree

Tired of filing your own taxes and want to hand the job off to someone else? Learn what to look for in a professional tax accountant.

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What is the Estate Tax and how does it affect me?

Understand federal estate tax, what is included in a “gross estate,” and how to use estate tax deductions in 2012. Who should seek estate tax legal advice?

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Deductibles you didn’t know about

Find out how itemizing tax deductions and learning about little known deductions, from gambling losses to education expenses, can save you hundreds of dollars on your income taxes.

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Seven little-known tax write-offs

Death and taxes are the only certainties in life. The good thing is that with taxes, at least, you can use deductions to legally lower the amount that you are required to pay. Here are seven little known tax deductions that can help you reduce your tax bill.

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Consider increasing your charitable giving to offset rising taxes

Learn how charitable giving can help you come tax time.

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Can I ever stop paying taxes?

The U.S. Federal tax code is a gigantic document consisting of 72,536 pages, more or less. That's about 150 reams of paper, which, if you stacked them up, would reach 35 feet into the air. Can anyone understand our entire tax code? Doubtful. So it's fair to ask, "Under what conditions do I no longer have to pay Federal income taxes?"